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Jewish Guild Healthcare promotes 2 nurses to leadership posts

Monday January 13, 2014
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Jewish Guild Healthcare, Manhattan, has promoted Wanda Figueroa-Kilroy, RN, MSN, to president and Eileen Hanley, RN, MBA, to COO of GuildNet.

Established by the Guild in 1997, GuildNet offers managed long-term care. It serves more than 14,500 members with multiple plans to care for people with chronic diseases.

“Wanda [Figueroa-Kilroy] has played an integral role in GuildNet’s growth from its early days,” Guild President and CEO Alan R. Morse said in a news release. “Her new leadership role places her in a position to further grow and develop GuildNet’s exemplary model of care for its rapidly increasing membership.”

Figueroa-Kilroy has led GuildNet as executive vice president since 2004.

She joined the Guild in 2000 as GuildNet’s director of clinical operations/patient services.

Hanley has been GuildNet’s senior vice president since 2008.

“Eileen’s management has been a significant contribution to GuildNet’s success,” Morse said in the release. “In this new role, I know she will continue to help GuildNet achieve its goals and continue to be the outstanding program it has become.”


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